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What We Do

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Kaniksu Land Trust is a not-for-profit organization that promotes healthy communities and healthy lands with the understanding that the two are inextricably linked. We facilitate voluntary land conservation by working with landowners to keep valuable lands intact, connect our community to nature so they can enjoy the health benefits of time outdoors, and use innovative educational programs to encourage a love of nature and an ethic of long-term conservation and stewardship.

KLT programs include:






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What's Going On

  • Wildlife Photography Event »

    Join Kaniksu Land Trust, Idaho Conservation League and American Heritage Wildlife Foundation for an evening of wildlife photography with Jerry L. Ferrara. This event will take place on February 22, with shows at 3:00 and 6:00 pm, at the Panida’s … Read More »

  • Brews for Views »

    Join Kaniksu Land Trust at the Idaho Pour Authority on January 23 at 5:00 pm for Brews for Views: an evening of fun and fundraising! We’ll have raffles, silent auction items, live music by Marty Perron and Doug Bond, plus great … Read More »

  • Winter Fun Day »

    Join KLT Education Staff for a winter play day! We’ll spend the day exploring the joy of playing and learning in the snow, including snowshoeing and tubing at Hermit’s Hollow ! January 4, 2019 from 9:40 – 4:30 Ages 8-12  … Read More »

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Getting our Community


  • KLT is trying something new: proving the relevance of nature and conservation to the broader community by creating authentic opportunities to connect with the land. Nature is a powerful force for change, be it community health and wellness, education, or a long list of other hurdles.

    By applying a community-driven model to its conservation work, KLT is able to address community challenges while encouraging a strong conservation ethic. Join us to support healthy, vibrant communities in north Idaho and northwest Montana, while ensuring the viability of our shared landscape into the future.


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